Summary 42nd President will make his ninth appearance on the Comedy Central show to discuss the Clinton Global Initiative. Former President Bill Clinton will appear on "The Daily Show With Jon Stewart " on Thursday, Comedy Central announced Wednesday.
Summary Bill Clinton urges Scotland not to leave the United Kingdom. "With so much turmoil and division across the globe, I hope the Scots will inspire the world with a high turnout and a powerful message of both identity and inclusion," urged the former president.
Summary Former U.S. President Bill Clinton leads a panel discussion during the U.S.-Africa Business Forum in Washington August 5, 2014. "Unity with maximum self-determination sends a powerful message to a world torn by identity conflicts that it is possible to respect our differences while living and working together. This is the great challenge of our time. The Scots can show us how to meet it," Clinton said . . Rajoy told the Spanish Parliament Wednesday that a "Yes" vote would "torpedo " the "vulnerabilities of the European Union," according to the Irish Times .
Summary Former President Bill Clinton has made a last-minute pitch in an attempt to persuade Scots to support the "No" campaign and vote to remain in the UK. Voters will head to the polls to choose whether Scotland continues to remain in its union with England or, after more than 300 years, breaks away and becomes an independent nation. As the vote nears, polls suggest the "no" campaign has a slight edge, but the vote likely will go down to the wire , reports The Guardian.
Summary MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) -- Former President Bill Clinton will headline the New Hampshire Democratic Party's annual Jefferson Jackson dinner next month. Bill and Hillary Clinton are popular in New Hampshire. Hillary Clinton won the state's 2008 presidential primary and it was Bill Clinton's second place finish in the 1992 primary that helped propel him toward the Democratic nomination for president.
Summary By Cheryl K. Chumley - The Washington Times - Wednesday, September 17, 2014. Vote "no" on secession, he pleaded, flip-flopping his previous decision to stay out of the Scotland-EU debate, The Independent reported. Previously, Mr. Clinton said he wasn't going to weigh in on the looming Thursday vote, believing the decision was "Scots alone to make," he said in a statement released to the pro-EU group, Better Together, The Independent reported.
Summary Bill Clinton has made a last-minute attempt to persuade Scottish voters to back the 'No' campaign and keep the Union intact. Scotland is blessed with impressive human and natural resources and a strong desire for more widely shared prosperity and social solidarity. "However, I hope the Scots people will vote to remain in the UK for several reasons: The proposal to keep the pound as its currency without the support that UK membership provides carries substantial risks, as we saw in the EU after the financial crisis. "Separation will require a long complex negotiating process with considerable uncertainty and potential to weaken the Scottish economy.
Summary Former President Bill Clinton has issued a statement urging Scots to reject the upcoming independence referendum. In a statement released through the pro-unity Better Together campaign, the 42nd president said Scots could send "a powerful message of both identity and inclusion" by voting to stay within the United Kingdom. "With so much turmoil and division across the globe, I hope the Scots will inspire the world with a high turnout and a powerful message of both identity and inclusion," Clinton said in the statement.